Reality TV star Erica Mena: ‘Special place in hell’ for ‘these Jewish people’

Referencing ongoing Israel-Gaza hostilities, Kardashian extra says Israel ‘taking part in a genocide right now as we speak’

Erica Mena in 2015. (Wikimedia Commons)
Erica Mena in 2015. (Wikimedia Commons)

Reality TV star Erica Mena tweeted “These Jewish people are really killing children” and added, “A real special place in hell for them all.”

“I’m so disgusted with Israel,” Mena wrote to her nearly 275,000 Twitter followers, referencing the ongoing violence between Israel and Gaza.

Journalist John-Paul Pagano captured the tweet from Monday before she took it down.

Mena appeared as a dancer in music videos for several famous rappers before appearing on VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop: New York” and “Kourtney and Kim Take Miami,” a spinoff of the “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” show. Mena has nearly 5.5 million followers on Instagram.

After taking down her original tweet, she added one on Monday that called Israel “devils” that are carrying out a “genocide.”

“I don’t care what anyone has to say. If you think it’s okay to kill young innocent children and remove people from their homes, you can go to hell along with the devils of Israel that are taking part in a genocide right now as we speak,” she wrote.

Palestinian terror groups in Gaza have fired over 3,000 rockets at Israel since last Monday. Twelve people in Israel, including a 5-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl, have been killed in the rocket fire, and hundreds have been injured.

According to Gaza’s Hamas-run health ministry, at least 219 Palestinians have been killed so far in the nine days of the conflict, including more than 60 children. It was not immediately clear if this ministry tally included all of those killed or if there were Hamas operatives not included in the count.

According to the IDF, more than 120 of those killed were members of Hamas and over 25 were members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad as of Monday night. The IDF says some of the Gaza civilian fatalities were killed by the terror groups’ own rockets, falling short and exploding in Gaza.

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